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Campus Tours

Please note campus tours occur during the above times listed only.
Contact Palomar College Outreach Services at (760) 744-1150 x3756 or email outreach@palomar.edu for special accommodations and requests.

First Generation Employee Journey & Networking

MD-131

This gathering will feature first-generation professionals from diverse backgrounds sharing their personal stories and experiences, offering valuable insights into their journey within the workplace.

Free

Popcorn Thursdays!

Access & Engagement Center (SU-19) CA

Tasha Smith Godinez – Concert Hour

Howard Brubeck Theatre Howard Brubeck Theatre, 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, CA, United States

With over 20 years of musical experience, Eric has deeply committed himself to preserving the art of Historical Performance Practice by playing music from the 16th through 19th centuries on historical instruments. He currently performs concerts, nationally, on the Baroque and Romantic guitar as well as the Baroque and Renaissance lute.

free

Campus Tours

Please note campus tours occur during the above times listed only.
Contact Palomar College Outreach Services at (760) 744-1150 x3756 or email outreach@palomar.edu for special accommodations and requests.

Current Waves – STUDENT MUSIC COMPOSITIONS

Performance Lab (D10) 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, CA, United States

Please join us for Palomar College’s the Composers Concert of Palomar College. Enjoy a wide range of stylistic approaches as each student composer is free to explore
their own compositional voice in the style of their choosing, while simultaneously being challenged to achieve excellence in their craft. Come and support your classmates and
hear the music of tomorrow, today.

$5

MANIFEST DESTINITIS

Studio Theatre 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, CA, United States

Siguenza reinvents this classic with satirical genius worthy of Moliere. Don Aragon is a Spanish landowner in Alta California on the eve of the U.S. annexation. He rules over his family with the will of a conquistador, but sadly, Don Aragon suffers great anxiety over the immanent U.S. invasion. When his unscrupulous doctor dubs the illness ‘Manifest Destinitis’, Don Aragon’s paranoid antics upset his grip on a rebellious household. With an outrageous satirical mixture of medicine and history, Siguenza’s prescription of laughter and lessons might do wonders for what ails us.

$10 – $16